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Property Syndication - The Income Tax and GST Issues presentation

Published on 07 Apr 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

A number of recent cases and ATO rulings have significantly impacted on the income tax and GST treatment of property syndicates. This is an emerging area of tax with big dollars at stake. This session will examine:

  • Serviced apartments and management arrangements - the new GST treatment
  • Does TD 2005/28 apply to all property syndicates?
  • The income tax and GST impact of guaranteed rental streams
  • Common property and capital allowances
  • using nominees or custodians to hold syndicate property - the income tax and GST issues 

Author profile:

Lachlan R WOLFERS
Lachlan is a tax partner at KPMG and a director of KPMG Tax Lawyers Pty Ltd. Lachlan is the leader of KPMG's indirect tax practice in Sydney, and in recent years, has developed an extensive tax litigation practice. Lachlan is a National Councillor of the Taxation Institute, and Chair of its Corporate Subcommittee and former Chair of its GST and Indirect Tax Subcommittee. Lachlan has written for a vast range of publications, including on the topics of CGT, GST and income tax, and is a regular media commentator on tax matters.
Current at January 2009
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This was presented at 21st National Convention: Beyond the Sea .

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Individual sessions

Section 8-1: Making certain that you receive what you are entitled to

Author(s):  Allan W BLAIKIE

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Non-resident beneficiaries - income tax

Author(s):  Terry MURPHY

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The major continuing compliance issues for ATO on Consolidations

Author(s):  Peter COAKLEY

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The current imputation system - Traps and opportunities

Author(s):  Jane MADDEN

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CGT - old chestnuts and emerging issues

Author(s):  Gordon S COOPER

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